Cambridge residents have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to preserve a public park as the city rezones a 14-acre site in Kendall LetterSquare. Such a park will likely be included in the plan only if residents write to the city to demand it.
Tessa Johnson and CeCe Colón celebrated this week’s Supreme Court decision legalizing same-sex marriage by creating sidewalk chalk art on newly paved Lakeview Avenue.
State Rep. Dave Rogers will meet constituents from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. March 21 at Verna’s Coffee & Donut Shop in North Cambridge.
City Council candidate Minka vanBeuzekom announced today that her campaign will be managed by Nora Gay, a longtime Cambridge resident with a successful record of organizing grassroots campaigns.
Much work lies ahead, but this vote demonstrates Cambridge is serious about being a leader in reducing carbon pollution.
From the Election Commission, June 18: Nomination papers for City Council and School Committee will be available beginning July 1 at the Election Commission office, 51 Inman St., […]
At its annual meeting June 3, the Friends of Cambridge Rindge and Latin School board marked the service of Donna Spiegelman on the occasion of her stepping down from the board.
Money Management International will teach participants how to evaluate where they are financially and guide them through creation of a system to get them where they want to be.
The public has been able to enjoy Forbes Plaza for more than 45 years, and there is no reason Harvard can’t have a new campus center while still respecting the public enjoyment of this important outdoor public open space in Harvard Square.
A request by Harvard University for a variance for a two-story glass addition would significantly reduce the size and compromise the character of the long-standing outdoor public space known as Forbes Plaza.